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Nov 25, 2012 3:00am PST
eagle 9.39. let me start with you. smokers, you have higher healthcare costs, why not make them pay more? >> well, the truth is, allison, smokers don't have higher healthcare costs. i know this sounds bizarre and it's an ugly truth. the fact is the dutch studied it the congressional research studied it and so has the new england journal of medicine. it turns out fighting the diseases of old age much more expensive than fighting smoker's diseases. >> the diseases caused by cigarette smoking result in $96 billion in healthcare costs each year. >> the cdc.gov will knot calculate the diseases of old age into that calculation. that's why they make it look as so smokers cost more in reality and anybody can look this up. use your search engine the cost of smoking in healthcare you will find even the congressional research service says it's nonsense. >> allison, this is pizbizarre. gary noland was the candidate for president of the libertarian party which stands for american free enterprise and letting businesses not government make their decisions. millions of businesses have already made
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